Immigrants’ heaven. The friendliest countries for settling

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Hasn’t it happened a billion times to go visit some place and suddenly decided we’d be capable to leave our lives and everything to just move there? The good thing is, for the most curageous of us, there are some states that not only you’d fall in love with from the first contact, but also have an indulgent policy about the immigrants. And this is not just a post for passionate travelers, but for anyone…

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What you should know before visiting Australia. Starting kit

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  The only country continent island on Earth, Australia is a fascinating frenzy of everything ranging from mountains and sands to reefs, beaches and forests with spectacular wildlife, and not to mention a melting-pot of cultures and home to the exciting cities of Melbourne, Sidney, Perth, and so on. Diversity here is all around, but in order to make the most out of it here’s a few things you should know in advance so you…

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The best holiday – a stoner’s guide to countries where weed is legal

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Photo Source: rnw.nl Especially if you’re under the age of thirty, but it’s not a rule, you probably take into consideration other things than the general usual before taking a trip. This is how you’re maybe not interested solely in the weather, museums, coffee houses and the lowest prices of hostels, but more. Taking a trip is very often associated with fun. And, like it or not, most of us think…

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Music Festivals in North America. Your best experiences this summer

Photo Credits: funderhut.com There are not two festivals to be or feel the same and that’s a fact. Considering this, every single experience of this kind is worth being exploited and kept as special and unique as it is. Perhaps some of the most important things are not the passions that gather us all together in the same place for two or three days, or even an entire week, but being…

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Great alternatives to disappointingly expensive popular destinations

Saint Tropez/Budva Whenever you think of extravagance and opulence, Saint Tropez has got it. Partly because of the French style and classy fashion, partly because of the former model Brigitte Bardot, the French Riviera slowly became one of the hot spots of amazing holidays. The kind of place or, if you don’t want to go on your honey moon, at least you should be there for the bachelor party. Of course, along with this huge…

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How to live like a local in Brazil during the World Cup

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  It’s amazing how many things can say ‘you’re a tourist here’, and while thinking of all of them is almost impossible, the basic’s always good to be known. From eating in a weird position to talking loudly or dressing oddly, there’s always something to put you off when you want to live like a local someplace new. But during the World Cup this year, given the state of things where everything’s overcrowded, we strongly…

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World’s best airports of 2014 so far. Skytrax’s top 10

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Photo Credits: businessinsider.com There are numerous criteria after which we judge the entire passenger experience in an airport and the worst thing to do is reducing it at the processes and believing it isn’t interdependent with the entire journey of the traveler. The following top is made by the passengers exclusively, so it should indicate the social view, as opposed to the traditional corporate, professional one. If you happen to travel…

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How do you spot the most amazing airports? A first-timers’ guide

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Photo Credits: resources0.news.com.au/   There’s always been more than a fine line between the good and the exceptional, and although the differences are somehow obvious, it’s vital to always be careful to the (apparently) small things, it’s where the devil lies. This whole theory applies for airports as well, if not especially for them. If you haven’t had the occasion to stopover for more than two hours between flights, maybe it’s…

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Romanian pub immersing visitors into the steampunk universe

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Photo Credits: 6sense.ro Joben Bistro is literally out of this world – fairy and sensuous for all the steampunk lovers, this fantastic paradise is nothing but a regular pub, in Cluj Napoca, Romania. As you’ll discover here, there’s more than Dracula to this country and although its position in Eastern Europe suggests it’s a developing country (and it is!), there are dazzling places to explore here. The steampunk heaven we’re talking…

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Portugal: The Essential Guide for a Vegetarian

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Vegetarian Feijoada. Portugal is one of the countries that I had the opportunity to visit the most, and as a vegetarian, I have to say that the first days of staying here were quite a challenge for me regarding the food. Being a vegetarian in a foreing country is never easy! Portugal iswell known for their very tasty traditional dishes which can be found everywhere and the local cuisine is a…

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